In the Press: Wedding Magazine
We were thrilled to be commissioned by Wedding Magazine to create a series of fashion-forward, pre-Raphaelite inspired designs which evoked the spirit of a midsummer night’s dream. Enchanting dresses in chiffon & tulle were paired with fabulous white blooms to create an ethereal late summer look. Using fabulous dahlias & one of my very favourite ingredients, snowberries, we created a fabulous fireplace design to act as a backdrop to an ivory and silver lace dress.
Rose printed duchess satin and tulle dresses by David Fielden create a wonderfully ethereal look.
This pink tulle dress with belt detail by Kelsey Rose is off-set perfectly in this scene by autumnal hydrangea & thick merlot velvet curtains.
An ivory lace & taupe satin dress by Madeline Isaac James is finished with a fashion-forward Vogue-inspired floral headpiece design made entirely from fresh gypsophila.
This ivory tiered tulle and lace dress by Cymbeline at Mirror Mirror London is accessorised with an enchanting Japanese parasol crafted from oak leaf foliage & late summer dahlias.
This lilac chiffon dress with a satin belt detail by LouLou Bridesmaids is supported perfectly by this heavenly massed rose bridesmaid bouquet. Colour matching one of the rose varieties and blending seamlessly with other ivory and vintage tones created a cohesive scheme perfect for any fashion-forward bride.
An ivory beaded lace dress by Lusan Mandongus is paired with a headdress created from tulle and autumnal hydrangea.
Models sit in a wonderfully captivating late summer scene featuring an enchanting tree created using suspended white delphiniums along with a fabulous cascade of white dahlia, gypsophila, green hydrangea & snowberries. A bridesmaid bouquet created from massed gypsophila finishes this whimsical look. Some of our favourite dresses of the day are seen in the scene – first up, a beige silk, organza & lace dress by Alan Hannah and a lavender chiffon asymmetric dress by Veromia.
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